Makelless teeth and a beautiful smile stand for physical health, social competence and professional success, which is why the desire for aesthetically perfect teeth in our society is constantly increasing. A full smile signals self-assurance and well-being and thus means a high degree of quality of life. Dentists and dental technicians must be anxious today to offer exactly that to the patient by their work.
Mediately, there are materials and materials that enable aesthetically perfect dental restorations. The best results can currently be achieved with all-ceramic. All-ceramic is a material that is very similar to natural tooth substance in terms of its refractive power, brilliance and strength. Light rays entering the tooth surface are transmitted into the adjacent gums by the refraction of the ceramic layers, so that the gums appear at the edge of the reconstruction healthy pale pink exactly as is the case with natural teeth. In comparison, a metal-supported reconstruction would block this light conduction and the gums would appear darker.
All-ceramic reconstructions, on the other hand, have another great advantage: the substance removal on the teeth to be restored is much lower than with the classic metal-ceramic crown. The considerably reduced substance removal has important advantages for the patient and dentist: the treatment runs less traumatic and the number of postoperative complications is reduced. In addition, the life expectancy of restored teeth is increased.
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